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Chris Bannister wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 25, 2007 at 11:12:27PM +0100, Joe Hart wrote:
>> I installed fvwm, and I'm running it in another session, I must say,
>> without messing with any configuration, it looks quite impressive. It
>> seems faster than kde, which is a no-brainer since KDE is so demanding
>> on the resources.
> Yep, hunting out apps which don't need KDE/Gnome which do the same job
> can be a bit of a pain.
>> I really like when you move into a window it puts focus on the window
>> without bringing it to the front. That can be handy for some apps.
> All configurable.
> Have a look at your ~/.fvwm/.fvwmrc file.
> Did you install fvwm-themes?
Yes, I chose fvwm-crystal as the first one to try. Roberto is right
that it is raise on focus that I was referring to.
I have only experienced gnome, kde and xfce before being enlightened
with fvwm (pun intended).
One of the things about being a noob is that there are so many things to
explore. How am I supposed to know which WM, Browser, you name it, that
fits me until I try them all?
It was hard enough to decide to choose Debian over the 400 or so other
distributions out there. Now that I have settled, I have to customize
it to fit me. At least I can do that and not have to dip into my wallet
and buy third-party programs like I had to do with that other OS. Now I
can just donate to the projects that I deem worthwhile.
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